Introducing A New Bachelor’s Degree Program
Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Letters begins in fall 2017.
The College of Arts and Letters is pleased to announce the approval of a new degree pilot program, Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Letters. This innovative, multidisciplinary program was created to increase the number of bachelor’s degree recipients in the region. It offers students from degree programs across the College of Arts and Letters who withdrew in good standing from their studies and have completed a minimum of 84 units an alternative pathway to complete their degree.
The College of Arts and Letters also is proud to partner with the College of Continuing Education to jointly offer this self-support program. This partnership ensures our ability to provide additional services needed by returning students, as well as flexible scheduling patterns and modalities conducive to program completion for working adults.
The first cohort of students will be admitted to the program beginning in fall 2017.